Sports Report: Winter Athletic Season Tips Off WCA-TV Studio – The Winter sports season is underway at Watertown high school. In the first Winter Sports report, Dan Hogan has highlights from the girls and boys basketball home openers. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer Ashley Hardy, Videographer Sam Dudley, Videographer Kyle […]
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Senior Citizens Learn Different Ways to Reduce Property Taxes Senior Center – On Dec. 21, Town Auditor Tom Tracy and Town Assessor Frank Golden held an informational meeting at the Watertown Senior Center about how seniors can qualify for certain property tax exemptions. Check Out the Video! Produced by Sam Dudley, Videographer December 22, 2016
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Town Council Increases Affordable Housing for New Developments Town Hall – New regulations voted on by the Watertown Town Council will require new developments to set aside more units for affordable housing. Previously set at 12.5-percent, developments will now need to offer 15-percent of its residence to families making a certain amount of money. Learn […]
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School Committee Discusses Goals, Enrollment Projections Phillips School – At the most recent School Committee subcommittee meeting, interim superintendent Dr. John Brackett further detailed his goals for the coming school year. Committee members also discussed how he planned to handle the projected rise in the district’s enrollment rate. Find out more about the meeting in […]
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Arsenal Street Traffic Concerns at Forefront of Planning Board Meeting Town Hall – With the Arsenal Project set to possibly undergo major changes, the Planning Board is holding off approving the redevelopment until more traffic studies are conducted. Watch the full report from the Planning Board in the video below. Check Out the Video! Produced […]
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Public Information Meeting Held to Address Mount Auburn Street Redesign Watertown Free Public Library – here could be some major changes coming to Mount Auburn Street in the coming years. A public information meeting was recently held at the Watertown Free Public Library to get feedback from the public and town officials about how the […]
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Watertown Rings in the Holiday Season with Tree Lighting Ceremony Watertown Square – Hundreds turned out on a chilly Friday evening to listen to music and celebrate the holiday season at the annual tree lighting ceremony in Watertown Square. The celebration was sponsored by the The Watertown-Belmont Chamber of Commerce (WBCC), Rotary Club of Watertown, […]
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Interim Superintendent Announces Goals for Upcoming Year Town Hall – While School Committee members continue their search and selection process for a Superintendent to succeed Dr. Jean Fitzgerald, interim Superintendent Dr. John Brackett has announced what he hopes to achieve during his time at the helm of the public school system. Additionally, School Committee Chair […]
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Watertown Commemorates 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Charles River Dock – “December 7th, 1941 – a day which will live in infamy.” Yesterday marks 75 years since president Franklin Delano Roosevelt spoke those words following the bombing of of the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The attack, which claimed over two-thousand and four […]
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Live Well Watertown Holds Multicultural Cooking Class Watertown Free Public Library – Local nonprofit Live Well Watertown recently held another installment of their multicultural healthy cooking class “Eat Well Watertown” at the library. During these classes, community chefs demonstrate how to make a range of dishes from appetizers to dessert. In the most recent class, […]
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